Fri Aug 15, 2014
The Item Extra
Inmate charged in prisoner murder
A prisoner at the Souza-Baranowski Correctional Facility has been charged with murder in the death Tuesday of a 72-year-old fellow inmate.
Sun Aug 10, 2014
Recess: the lost key to academic success?
As schools push for ever stronger academic performance, a key element to mental sharpness may be getting lost in the mix.
Sat Aug 09, 2014
Revere Beach in photos: Its messy, unapologetic, kaleidoscopic charm
Revere Beach is America's first public beach , established in 1896 as a place for ordinary people to escape the city and relax, a tradition that continues today.
Murder suspect jumps off Tobin Bridge after police chase
First responders are seen on the Tobin Bridge, in netting between the upper and lower decks this morning, tending to a man who jumped after being wanted for attempted murder in Malden and being confronted by a Chelsea police officer.
Thu Aug 07, 2014
Christian Science Monitor
How one city is welcoming hundreds of migrant children with open arms
Chelsea, Mass., located north of Boston, has a large Central American population and has enrolled hundreds of children from El Salvador, Guatemala, and Honduras in recent years.
Wed Aug 06, 2014
Patrick signs housing authority oversight law
Local housing authorities will come under new oversight and accountability measures, under a bill Gov. Deval Patrick signed into law on Wednesday.
Tue Aug 05, 2014
Shopping Comparison Reveals Market Basket Prices Play Into Customer Loyalty
A team from WBZ NewsRadio 1030 did some comparison shopping Monday night to try to gauge how much of the customer support of the Market Basket employee revolt is based on prices.
Woman accused of stealing firefighter's wallet appears in court
Aleesha McEachern of Chelsea is accused of taking a wallet from a Revere fire department station in July while firefighters were battling a fire in Everett.
Mon Aug 04, 2014
Firefighter hopes theft suspect gets help
TO FORGIVE IS DIVINE: Revere firefighter Jamie Nadworny said that he hopes that Aleesha McEachern, above, who is charged with stealing his wallet from a window ledge at a Revere firehouse, gets professional help and that the two kids she had in tow don't follow in her footsteps.
Ousted Market Basket CEO offers to return to work
The fired chief executive of the beleaguered Market Basket supermarket chain is offering to return as negotiations continue over his bid to buy the company.
Sat Aug 02, 2014
Monday deadline looms as Market Basket protests continue
Customers took to newspapers on Saturday to send a letter of boycott to Market Basket CEOs that aren't budging on a decision to fire Arthur T. Demoulas.
Ground Zero Tornado Rips into Revere on Monday Morning
Victor Villena is shown here moments after the tornado passed through Park Avenue.
Thu Jul 31, 2014
Campaign finance, housing bills sent to Patrick
Facing a looming deadline less than three hours away, state legislators are scrambling to pass a series of high-profile bills - on issues ranging from domestic violence to economic development - before they depart Beacon Hill to focus on election season.
Warren, Markey to help launch Revere tornado relief effort
The state's two US senators will join local officials Friday morning to announce a relief fund for people affected by the tornado that tore through Revere on Monday.
Mon Jul 28, 2014
How frequent are tornadoes in Mass.?
Most of the twisters are minor, causing property damage of less than $50,000. Yet, severe - and in some cases deadly - tornadoes touch down here occasionally.
Tornado Touches Down in Revere
According to the National Weather Service, a tornado touched down in Revere and Chelsea on Monday morning.
The Washington Post
At Market Basket, the saga continues
A shopper examines produce in a Market Basket grocery store in Chelsea, Mass., on July 22. Shelves in some Market Basket locations have gone empty as deliveries have been delayed by ongoing protests by employees.
Sun Jul 27, 2014
David L Ryan/Globe Staff/file Chelsea closes notorious strip club King Arthur's
The cinder block fortress known as King Arthur's Motel and Lounge has long been a kind of unofficial wild west for Greater Boston, the site of murders, a legendary police brutality case, a bombing and, of course, countless men tossing dollars in the dim light at nude women gyrating on stage.
Sat Jul 26, 2014
The Jackson Sun
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Grocery workers revolt to get their CEO back Mass. warehouse employees refuse to make deliveries, emptying shelves Check out this story on jacksonsun.com: http://www.jacksonsun.com/story/money/business/2014/07/26/grocery-workers-revolt-get-ceo-back/13202353/ Workers demonstrate outside a Market Basket supermarket in Chelsea, Mass.